A Woman, a Part

A Woman, a Part

An exhausted, workaholic actress, Anna Baskin, 44, abruptly extricates herself from a successful but mind-numbing TV role, returning to her past life in New York to reinvent herself.

The movie centers on workaholic actress Anna Baskin (Maggie Siff), 44, who absconds from her television role and returns to reinvent herself in NYC, confronting the past and the people she left behind in the process. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Woman, a Part torrent reviews

Martin G (de) wrote: Not a Ryan Phillippe fan, but he did good on this one. Not a memorable film, but for what it is, it is good.

Darlene M (br) wrote: Stellar performance of an inspiring story, and fantastic film editing to steep you into the autistic mind.

Pranoy G (fr) wrote: Best Indian Movie Ever

Connor B (jp) wrote: These long scenes of Robin Williams going on and on and on make me want to blow my head off.

Ryan D (nl) wrote: 1 star only because the ending made me laugh for ten minutes. "let's [an android and a black guy] have sex" bam, ship blows up, roll credits. No big final battle, nothing... just some shitty animation of an ship exploding in space for 2 seconds and freeze frame. I just saved you more than an hour of your life.

Ack S (us) wrote: [i]The Fog of War[/i] should be required viewing for everyone in the Bush administration. Unfortunately, they would probably look at Robert McNamara as someone who has softened with age, and lost his true perspective. They would be deluded, of course. McNamara does quite a bold thing in Errol Morris' film. It's almost a type of confession. As if he is attempting to absolve himself of mistakes that he made. Unlike when you and I screw up, McNamara's mistakes killed people. He's nothing if not genuine. Michael Moore can learn from this film. It's more effective than F9/11, and far better technically. Morris is the greatest documentary filmmaker to ever live, and Moore has got a long way to go just to sniff his jock. Finally, is it ironic or sad that liberals, libertarians, and true conservatives have reached a point where we might [i]wish[/i] Robert McNamara was the current SecDef? [i]Welcome to Death Row[/i] is an interesting look at the record label (Death Row Records) and it's notorious associates (Shug Knight, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Tupac Shakur, Harrio, etc.). The film is extremely well directed and edited, and is an absorbing watch. I found it a bit incomplete, however, because it treated Shakur's murder as more of an afterthought. To me, that's when the story really gets interesting. I think the film also shows these entertainers and record people in a different light. They are thoughtful, smart artists who love their craft. A far cry from the general public perception. This film is incredibly underwatched. By comparison, it has 1/30 the votes on IMDB that [i]The Fog of War[/i] has, and that film is often considered 'missed.' [i]Winged Migration[/i] is the bird movie where the French dude figured out how to photograph birds in flight. It's beatiful, and I enjoyed it immensely (watched it twice last night). But, in the end, it's 100 minutes of birds flying, so it only gets 6/10.

Joseph H (de) wrote: I dont care to watch.

bill s (ru) wrote: Uneven thriller/horror that shock in parts but bore in most.

Jam C (mx) wrote: This movie is a rare treat.

Scott C (it) wrote: I LOVED this movie when it first came out. The soundtrack was out of this world. And they totally nailed the 1970s in the production design department. I could watch this again and again.

Beth C (gb) wrote: This adaption of Ray Bradbury novel is really wonderful. Jonathan Pryce could have gotten overly cheesy as Mr. Dark. As an adult I watch this and he is still scary without a drop of blood. My son loved it even though the effects are from early days, he actually said he learned a lesson from it.

Allan C (gb) wrote: Amusing but overrated.